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Business Solutions Centres launch new website

Business Solutions Centres (BSCs), brought to you by the University of Wolverhampton, is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new mobile and tablet friendly website.  

Superseding, the new BSC website promotes the business support available through all of its four physical centres; Wolverhampton, Hereford, Telford and Sandwell including a fifth due to open at Wyre Forest in October 2016. acts as a virtual signpost to simplify the route to support available for Midlands-based businesses.  Working in collaboration with local partners and Growth Hubs, the site provides a single source of access to a range of resources and topical events designed to help businesses grow.  Areas covered include finance & funding, business start-up and growth, knowledge, skills & training and manufacturing, innovation & technology.

Gary Dimmock, Outreach & Business Solutions Centres Manager says "following the physical expansion of Wolverhampton Business Solutions Centres to Hereford, Telford, Sandwell and now Wyre Forest, it was a natural next step to expand our digital presence too.  The new website provides local businesses with significantly more information than our previous website however with much simpler navigation, they are able to easily locate what support is most relevant to them and importantly, the next steps to accessing that support.”

To find out more, visit the new Business Solutions Centres website:

Alternatively, BSCs can be contacted on 01902 321272 or by email:

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